Kitty’s story: From skeptic to believer

Can atheists reason their way to the truth of the Gospel? We often hear that non-believers are the toughest people group to evangelize to.

Today in the first half we are introducing you to a woman who, up until a few years ago had steeped herself in atheism, feminism and other “isms” with an anti-Christian worldview. Unlike the rest of her family, Kitty Foth-Regner didn’t need a god. In fact she scoffed at the idea. But then as her mom lay dieing in a hospital bed, Kitty’s world was rocked to the core and she promised she would embark on a journey to find the truth.

Kitty Foth-Regner is with us today, and she is the author of a book titled, Heaven Without Her: A Desperate Daughter’s Search for the Heart of Her Mother’s Faith.


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5 Responses to Kitty’s story: From skeptic to believer

  1. Peter says:

    There are no gods.

    Religious faith is indistinguishable from "hope"

    Good luck with that.

    Did I say "there are no gods"?

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  2. Jeanne says:

    Just so wonderful how the Lord woos us…through good and bad times…Great testimony to His aliveness!

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  3. Net D. says:

    What a wonderful testimony of God's transforming power and every skeptic should read this book. If anyone want to share salvation with a friend but not sure how, then this is the book that you can give. Perhaps anyone who is interested with reviews of this book may check out http://booksforevangelism.org/heaven-without-her-… . God bless!

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